analysis to determine the meaning, purpose, or effect of any type of communication, as literature, newspapers, or broadcasts, by studying and evaluating the details, innuendoes, and implications of the content, recurrent themes, etc.
content analysis n.
Any of various techniques for classifying and studying the verbalizations of normal or psychologically impaired individuals.
- Content-based information retrieval
image, algorithm (CBIR) A general term for methods for using information stored in image archives. [Details?] [IEEE Computer, September 1995]. (1995-11-23)
- Content data model
(CDM) An SGML-based DoD specification for interactive manuals. (1995-02-15)
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